"Four out of five doctors agree--Open Source software is
good for what ails today's health care database and network
"The Open Source Health Care Alliance (OSHCA) has announced its
formation and described its mission--the creation of "a
collaborative forum to promote and facilitate Open Source software
in human and veterinary health care."
"At its inaugural meeting June 1, many OSHCA members met
face-to-face for the first time, according to a press release
issued by one of the group's sponsors, the Minoru Development
Corporation. The creation of a charter reflecting the group's
interest in promoting "the Open Source model as a solution to many
of the existing problems in health care information systems" was
accomplished by the meeting's end."
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